David Crawford

Berlin Correspondent, Wall Street Journal

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Berlin correspondent for the Wall Street Journal

David Crawford on KCRW

Two US soldiers were shot to death and two were wounded today at the main airport serving Frankfurt, Germany.

Two US Servicemen Killed in Frankfurt

Two US soldiers were shot to death and two were wounded today at the main airport serving Frankfurt, Germany.

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Memories of the Holocaust made Germany sensitive to ethnic discrimination after the Second World War.

Germany Ignites Debate on Multiculturalism, Integration

Memories of the Holocaust made Germany sensitive to ethnic discrimination after the Second World War.

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Memories of the Holocaust made Germany sensitive to ethnic discrimination after the Second World War.

Germany's Identity Crisis

Memories of the Holocaust made Germany sensitive to ethnic discrimination after the Second World War.

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